".. I am very impressed by the sound beauty, the dynamics quality, the tone colour play, the musical expressiveness and fantasy rendering" [Karl Leister - historical first clarinet of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Berlin conducted by Herbert von Karajan]; “in a word, superbly” [Fanfare Magazine USA]; “perfect musicality” [Musica Magazine]; “masterfully interpretation” [The Clarinet USA], “admirable coherence, a whole warm, rich and very charming sound” [Journal of Music].
Musicians who added a significant contribution to his artistic development are Angelo Clemente, Romeo Tudorache and Karl Leister. His artistic collaboration with Karl Leister, Fabio Bidini, Yuri Gandelsman, Paolo Pollastri, Francesco Pomarico, Ovidiu Balan, Riccardo Ceni, Ivano Battiston, Fabio Di Cásola, Victoria Soames Samek, Aurelian Octav Popa, Mark Clinton, Karen Becker, Angelo Inglese, Landon Baumgard, Patrick Messina, Enesco Quartet (Paris) and Giuliano Mazzoccante, with which it forms a stable DUO, is remarkable.
After obtaining her diploma with distinction in 2015 in Genoa, she graduated in 2017 with Master in Music Performance and in 2019 with Master in Music Pedagogy from the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste in Zurich. She is currently studying with Maestro Calogero Palermo.
Her concert activity has led her to perform in theaters all over Europe (Philarmonie de Paris, Victoria Hall, Tonhalle Zurich, Teatro alla Scala Milan, Philarmonie Luxembourg, Teatro San Carlo Naples, Casa da Musica, Teatro Carlo Felice and Teatro Sociale di Como) as a soloist and as a member of various orchestras (Luigi Cherubini Orchestra, Giraud Ensemble, with whom she has recorded a CD for SONY Classics) and conductors as Riccardo Muti, Wayne Marshall, Dennis Russel Davies, Pierre-Andrè Valade, Zsolt Nagy.
Since 2019 she is supported by the Musica con le Ali cultural association.
Sergey Eletskiy was born in 1989 in Moscow. He commenced his musical education at Central Music School in Moscow studying with V.Ferapontov. Since 2007 till 2012 he has been studying with prof. E. Petrov in Moscow State Conservatory. In 2009-2013 he has also been studying in the Music Highschool in Luebeck (Germany) with prof. R.Wehle.
He played as soloist with many orchestras (the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Munich Chamber Orchestra, Munich Radio Symphony Orchestra, Odense Symphony Orchestra, Duesseldorf Symphony Orchestra, and another.)
He is a prize-winner of several international music competitions, such as 3rd International Clarinet competition in Gent (2015, Gent, Belgium) ,Carl Nielsen International Competition (2013, Odense, Denmark), International music competition – ARD (2012, Munich, Germany).
At the moment Sergey is a principal clarinet in the Russian National Orchestra and in the Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre.